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yceulx inestimables biens. Denfer vous puis je fran
chement dire tant quil nya fors toute doleur et mar
tire voire le plus angoisseulx le plus horrible et tant
doloureux quil na point son paril. Et touteffoiz se
tous les filz de Adam estoient dampnez si ne pourroit
il estre emply par eulx quant tous yroient voire deux
tant et si seroient laiens perilz dampnez et perpetu
ellement tourmentez. Car des lors quilz y sont con
dempnez cest pour tousjours tant que dieu sera qui
est sans fin et sans commenchement et illec arderont
en feu eternel sans espoir daulcune allegance daulcu
ne misericorde ne daulcune esperance davoir jamais
mieulx ainchois piz de jour en jour Comme il soit ain
si que les saulvez desirent le jugement pour estre saul
vez et gloriffiez en corps et en ame. Les dampnez le re
doubtent pensans que apres ceuli jour ilz seront per
petuellement tourmentez en corps et en ame che que
jusques a celui tres espoventable jour ilz ne sont en
corps mais en ame. Si ay ceste chose recitee en brief
a celle fin que len sache chertainement quil nest ne
sera nulz biens faits que remeriz ne soient ne nulz


Translation

the inestimable good things there. About hell, I can tell
you frankly that there is nothing except complete sorrow and
suffering, that is, the most agonizing and the most horrible,
so grievous that there is no equal to it. And yet if all the
sons of Adam were damned, it would not be filled with them,
though they were twice as many and being there having
perils, harm, and perpetual torments. For from the time
when they were condemned there, it is forever, for so long
as God will be who is without end and without beginning,
and they will burn there in eternal fire without hope of any
relief or mercy, nor without any hope of ever having anything
better but everything worse from day to day. Just as it is
that the saved wish for the day of judgment so that they might be
saved and glorified in body and soul, so the damned fear it,
thinking that after that day they will be perpetually tormented
in body and soul. So that before that dreadful day they are not
tormented in body, but they are in soul. I have discussed
this matter briefly so that you may know with certainty that
there is nor will be any good deed that will not be recompensed, nor any

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yceulx inestimables biens. D'enfer vous puis je fran-
chement dire tant qu'il n'ya fors toute doleur et mar-
tire voire le plus angoisseulx le plus horrible et tant
doloureux qu'il n'a point son paril. Et touteffoiz se
tous les filz de Adam estoient dampnez si ne pourroit
il estre emply par eulx quant tous yroient voire deux
tant et si seroient laiens perilz dampnez et perpetu-
ellement tourmentez. Car des lors qu'ilz y sont con-
dempnez c'est pour tousjours tant que dieu sera qui
est sans fin et sans commenchement et illec arderont
en feu eternel sans espoir d'aulcune allegance d'aulcu-
ne misericorde ne d'aulcune esperance d'avoir jamais
mieulx ainchois piz de jour en jour Comme il soit ain-
si que les saulvez desirent le jugement pour estre saul-
vez et gloriffiez en corps et en ame. Les dampnez le re-
doubtent pensans que apres ceuli jour ilz seront per-
petuellement tourmentez en corps et en ame che que
jusques a celui tres espoventable jour ilz ne sont en
corps mais en ame. Si ay ceste chose recitee en brief
a celle fin que l'en sache chertainement qu'il n'est ne
sera nulz biens faits que remeriz ne soient ne nulz


Translation

the inestimable good things there. About hell, I can tell
you frankly that there is nothing except complete sorrow and
suffering, that is, the most agonizing and the most horrible,
so grievous that there is no equal to it. And yet if all the
sons of Adam were damned, it would not be filled with them,
though they were twice as many and being there having
perils, harm, and perpetual torments. For from the time
when they were condemned there, it is forever, for so long
as God will be who is without end and without beginning,
and they will burn there in eternal fire without hope of any
relief or mercy, nor without any hope of ever having anything
better but everything worse from day to day. Just as it is
that the saved wish for the day of judgment so that they might be
saved and glorified in body and soul, so the damned fear it,
thinking that after that day they will be perpetually tormented
in body and soul. So that before that dreadful day they are not
tormented in body, but they are in soul. I have discussed
this matter briefly so that you may know with certainty that
there is nor will be any good deed that will not be recompensed, nor any